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hearing. mr. obama is back on the job as president after a campaign swing through california and ohio. today, his campaign managers are accusing mitt romney of misleading voters about several issues including abortion. they say he's hiding more conservative views in order to attract voters. tomorrow, the president heads to florida, the largest battleground state. >> we're just gonna get the heck out of the way and let you succeed. [ cheers ] >> mitt romney continues his campaign today with the support of chris christieraise taxes on small business. i will not raise taxes on business. i will not tase ax -- raise taxes on middle-income people i will not raise taxes on the american people. it's a very different approach. >> no republican has won the presidency without winning ohio. romney plans to spend the next three days in that state. >>> brian kobilka got the call from sweden about 2:20 a.m. that he won the nobel prize. he's a profess at stanford school of medicine and won the prize for ground-breaking discoveries on cell proteins that have helped scientists develop better medication
the vote in california. the battle for women's suffrage was not an easy one. it took more than 70 years. a woman could run for president in new york. >> organizing this conference, basically it modeled itself on a declaration of independence for women. it marked the beginning of the women's equality movement in the united states. >> at that time, women were banned from holding property and voting in elections. >> susan b. anthony dedicated her life to reform. >> suffrage in the middle of the 19th century accomplished one goal, it was diametrically opposed to this idea. >> many feared it would be corrupted by politics. >> women in the 19th century had to convince male voters that having the vote would not change anything. that woman would still be devoted to the home, the family, that they would remain pure and innocent, that having the vote would not corrupt them. >> support gradually grew in state and local campaigns. >> leaders like ellen clark sgt come repeatedly stopping these meetings -- , repeatedly stopping these meetings as a politically active figure. doing everything they coul
. >> just ahead a blistering attack on president obama. california g.o.p. fund-raiser blaming him for skyrocketing gas price autos and former president clinton comes to try to tip the scales in four races. there is a battle on both sides, now. >> there is gloves off, one campaign wants your vote goes negative against the governor. >> there is a service warranty gets five repairs the >>> an announcement from chevron today could keep the price of gasoline from coming down as we might like saying the unit will remain closed through the end of the year. that has been operating at about 60% sense the fire. the damaged unit considered the heart of the refinery because it disstills crude oil into fuels and revealed it's producing 92,000 fewer barrels per day than before the fire. >> and there are average price in california is now $4.67 a gallon. and in santa cruz gas is a penny higher. state republican party went on at tack accusing the president of ignoring the crisis during his visit here, yesterday and blaming liberals for driving price as above $4 a gallon. david louie is live with
de medicina contaminada. cesar ---aunque, en california no se han detectado casos, si se confirmo que aqui fueron distribuidas centenares de estas inyecciones. take 2 box ---pilar niÑo en vivo en el estudio, nos cuenta lo que especialistas le estan recomendando a la gente... pilar... take pilar live pilar live ---asi es cesar, y precisamente por eso el departamento de salud de california confirmo que se esta contactando a la gente que recibio estas inyecciones. entre 500 a 600 pacientes en california pudieron haber recibido inyecciones de cortisona contaminadas con hongos, segun el departamento de salud del estado. una contaminacion que se cree ha producido un brote raro de meningitis que ha cobrado ya la vida de 11 personas en el pais y ha enfermado a cientos mas...si usted tiene dudas la recomendacion es 3:35 lo primero es ver si se utilizo una medicina contaminada, entonces llamar al medico que le aplico la inyeccion y ver si ellos utilizaron alguna medicina contaminada 3:47 estas inyecciones de cortisona son comunmente usadas por los medicos en sus oficinas, para el rsona que tie
authorizing the mayor's office of housing to accept and expend 2011 calhome grant for the california department of housing and community development in a total amount of 1 million 500 thousand dollars and to expend program income from associated loan repayments to assist the low-income first-time home buyers and low-income home owners. er >> yes, good morning, teresa, mayor's office of housing, the resolution is to accept and expend 1.5 million as calhome state financing, we'll be using the program to assist with home buyer's payment assistance as well as doing rehabilitation for owner occupied units, this is our fifth allocation of calhome founds, its's an example of how we're using state financing in a very successful way. >> on this item, do we have a budget analyst report? >> no, we don't. >> any question fwrs the committee, if not, let's go to public comment for this item? are there any members of the public who wish to speak on this item? seeing none, public comment is closed. okay, we have a motion by supervisor avalos, with recommendation we'll forward it, thank you, item 4 h
so, it would be the first in california. >> you'll be able to see what the drone is seeing as it's flying. >> reporter: at four pounds and four feet wide, this drone gets a bird's-eye view that officers on the ground are often blind to. >> it can save lives. >> reporter: in this demonstration in dub lick, it's a man standing in the shadows on a roof top with explosives in his reach. >> near priceless. it's valuable to any officer, as you're setting up your perimeters and knowing what the suspect may have in his hands, how the suspect is dressed, what are the avs of escape. >> reporter: the sheriff says his office would only use them during emergencies. >> pursuing a suspect on foot or pursuing a vehicle in an area or search and rescue or disaster. >> reporter: and for proactive policing like catching marijuana fields on public lands. >> they do have infrared capacity. you would be able to see what the drone is seeing as it's flying. >> reporter: but not everyone is a fan. the aclu only wants them deployed when there's a warrant. >> reporter: but the sheriff says an arm ee eed dro
at department of elections, city hall, room 48, 1 dr. carlton be good lit place, sentences go, california, 94102. or 415-554-4375. visit our website, www.sfelections.org. >> we are ready to begin. welcome to unico i'm albert and i'm very pleased that today we have a number of distinguished guests joining us from the ribbon cutting ceremony, so allow me now a few moments to introduce our guests first of all please welcome san francisco mayor mr. edwin lee. [ applause ] >> >> next please welcome singer, song writer and unico cast member, quopola. [ applause ] >> we also would like to welcome the director of the san francisco zoo, miss tania peterson. >> and now, ladies and gentlemen, let's please welcome unico, ceo mr. tabashi yani. [ applause ] >> and last, but not least, please welcome unico usa chief operating officer, mr. pani... [ applause ] >> at this time, i would like to ask unico ceo, mr. yani to give us a few opening remarks. >> mr. yani please. >> good morning, everyone. yeah, i am now so much excited because of for the opening soon and also i would like to express my personal experienc
, preand post game live on comcast california. >> appreciate it, henry. the a's mastering the art of trauma. >> like watching "money ball" all over again. >>> the giants are hoping they make it back home to continue that run. >> the pitcher barry zitol will get his first playoff spot. >> well, the giants didn't knock the cover off the ball they'll take it. barry zito takes the baseball. more good news, zito was successful in two starts this year against cincinnati. didn't have a win. hopefully the giants can get the bats going. in cincinnati, scott reese. nbc bay area news. appreciate it. our coverage will continue all day long. make sure to get your updates on nbcbayarea.com. >> we did get promised moisture but very comfortable conditions today. let's take you outside and show you what we're left with. just a few high towers. we will likely see more thunderstorms develop. the overall system is me anderring. i'm going to show you why. i'm expecting it to come back in the next few hours. so we're expecting more rain in time for the evening commute home. 7:00 p.m., 60 degrees and k p.m. as th
was restricted by the california dmv. >> the physician told me he was required by law to report to the state that i had had a stroke, and that meant that they would -- they may take my car keys. and that to me was like a death sentence. >> reporter: when it comes to older drivers and the dmv, requirements for driver's license renewal vary from state to state, whether it's a vision, written or driving test, there is no standard national guideline. california and five other states require physicians to report patients who may be a risk on the road. but experts say with more americans driving into their 90s, more scrutiny is needed. >> put your brake on. >> health care providers are not really knowledgeable about driving, and what are the circumstances in which somebody should not continue to drive. >> reporter: aaa is trying to avoid accidents involving senior drivers. in 2003, an 86-year-old plowed through a santa monica farmer's market killing ten. two months ago in los angeles, a 100-year-old driver hit a group of school children. >> these serve as wakeup calls, not just for older drivers,
of insufficient security at the u.s. consulate in libya. four americans including northern california native ambassador chris stevens was killed during the september 11th attack. security officer team who was pulled weeks before the attack will testify that higher ups at the state department rebuffed his pleas for more security. >>> the man behind the antiislamic film innocence of muslims which sparked violence around the world is expected to appear in a los angeles court today. mark yusuf was convicted in 2010 of bank fraud. prosecutors want his probation revoked. they claim he lied to probation officers and uses aliases. >>> the officer that shot and killed allen blueford will not face any charges. blueford was shot during a police pursuit back in may after investigators say he pointed a gun at the officer. the family and attorney dispute that blueford had a gun. >>> 4:45 is the time. a teenager accused of attempted murder stealing a celebrity chef lamborghini will be back in court tomorrow. he is accused of a drive by shooting in april that targeted two other teenagers from mill valley.
california. we have seen spotty showers and some lightning. let's take a there is up for four days for the upper bay and i will show you where these numbers are expected to go and afternoon. >> keeping an eye on the bay bridge as we will see most of the trafficking in is picking up. there is an accident and is a motorcycle that is blocking the second line to the left. this can all seoul have injuries. >> what can you tell us will? >> the firefighter received a cut hand from broken glass. he should recover but what is happening is that they took a break for a while and that forced to step back because the hot spots are a concern. they used so much water that it looks like a lagoon. you can see that this is covered with water and it started about 1:00 a.m. this morning. it took them more than 90 minutes about a hour and have to consider that the fire was under control. the firefighters believe that by then getting an early headstart there was still smoke coming from that attic and they did not think that it was to bed. once they realiz too bad. we talked about one fire fighter that w
in california. but not by much. the state has seen a surge by nearly 50 cents in the past month. the average price for regular is less than $4.67 a gallon. that's down a half cent from yesterday. half cent. prices should fall even more after governor brown ordered early production of a winter fuel blend. for the cheapest gas in your neighborhood, go to our website, cbssf.com/gas. just enter your zip code and find the cheapest gas in your neighborhood. >> that's a nickel on what, 10 gallons. what the heck. >>> it's win or go home time again for the second straight day for your giants and as. pitcher barry zito gets a shot at redemption in less than an hour. he was left off the world series roster two years ago. and he pitched well this year so good luck. as for the as they were able to hold off the tigers last night. as rookie aj griffin and the detroit's max sheerser will square off in game 4. that's at 6:30 tonight. in oakland. so a lot of baseball today. >>> blinded by a good deal. how some companies take advantage of homeowners trying to cash in a coupon. >> and an embarrassing experience
sf rec and park. a great way to get out and play. >> for more information, >> when the new california academy of sciences opened in 2008, it quickly became one of the top tourist magnets in the city. part of the cal academies' astronomical success is the weekly nightlife party. >> i am joined by helen, who is here to school me on all the nocturnal activities that are getting ready to take place here. tell us a little about what we can expect to see at nightlife. >> we open up the doors every thursday night at the california academy of sciences. there are certain things you can see every week you can go to the museum, visit the planetarium, and we bring in bars and a deejay or band. it is a different feel from during the day, something different every week. tonight , we have beer and music. -- tonight we have great beer and music. it is beer week. we have a dozen local brewers in african hall. we have a deejays to set up throughout the museum and a live performance at 9:00 p.m. tonight. >> what has been your favorite part as a participant or as an observer? >> my favorite part is to wa
't get too excited. gas prices started to fall a little bit after a month of sudden surging in california this average $4.67 a gallon. >> big savings on air fare and deals you can get now. >> apple is making changes at the plant in china. >> and there is your questions on twitter and facebook will answer them here live just a little bit later, you can contact michael on >>> it's official, san francisco has a target store. city target now open taking up the second floor of the metrion building different from other targets and it is tail youred to customers with small living lace spaiss. it's also trying something new, opening at 7:00 in the morning and today is what is called soft opening. the grand opening taking place on sunday. >> there is employers outlooking to hire hundreds of workers in the job journal hire event. there are schools looking to hire staff like uc berkeley and the art institute, organizers say the jobs report showing rate below 8% is encouraging. >> lower numbers going. better for everybody out of work that has been looking for work. i think it's -- it's very good. it'
the political battle that has california schools caught right in the middle. >>reporter: with proposition 38 behind in the poll, civil rights attorney launched a new attack ad slam ago competing tax measure pushed by governor brown. proposition 30. which also funds public education income tax hike. shows brown proposal may claim to fund schools but the money will probably be raided through the back door by politician. her brother charles amonger is also funding a separa mui-million dollar anti-3 mpai. >> prop 30 sends money here but lets the pitician take iout here. that's why sacramento is behind it. >>reporter: the governor campaign staff did not weren't this to happen. in fact pro prop 30 ads have stayed positive. >> prop 30 stops the cuts restore funding for our school. >> what they have didn't is taken their eye off the ball. this is no longer obviously about students and our future and funding our schools. this is about winning to them. >>reporter: amonger campaign did not return repeated calls and e-mails but in the past has said her proposal to raise the income tax on slidin
yesterday in california, today voters can also vote by mail. signed vote by mailable indications must be submitted to the department of elections no later than october 30th and the deadline to register to vote is october 22nd. >>> there is more fall out over romney's comments about big bird in last week's debate. at 5:35 the new ad just released by the obama campaign and who is asking the administration to pull it. it's not romney or the republicans. >> jerry sandusky was sentenced today. he will spend at least 30 years in jail. effectively it's a life sentence. >> reporter: he arrived at the courts house clutching a folder smiling. he faced up to 400 years in jail. the 68-year-old continued to proclaim his innocence in court. speaking for about 13 minutes he insisted that he didn't do these disgusting acts. the lead prosecutor called his speech ridiculous. >> his statement today was a masterpiece ofself delusion, completely unattach from reality and without any acceptance of responsibility. >> reporter: then victim after victim claimed he is also a lier. victim number six cried tel
.obama landed in ohio after a fund raising stop here in california. >> his focus was on fund raising. his campaign is on track to raise $1 billion. the first for any candidate in the united states. >> people have been waiting a long time for a farm bill. and the president has to exert the kind of presidential leadership it takes to get the house and the senate actually pass a farm bill. >> mitt romney campaigned in iowa. both candidates are expected to take time off over the weekend before the second presidential debate. >>> president clinton campaigned for two democratic candidates. >> we have on the stage four people that believe for many different reasons that a country of we're all in this together works way better than a country of you're on your own. >> reporter: mr. clinton was in northern california to boost support for john gerimendi and mcnerney. who is also gearing votes for hernandez. >>> in some parts of our state people are already casting early ballots. if you're interested on voting by mail applications can be submitted through october 30th. if you still need to register t
district center. i grew up in the california area, ended up at uc-davis. i made my way out to san francisco in 1984 when i was a college student. i remember growing up on clement street. i have always lived around in richmond area, just being around a unique area of the richmond, discovering san francisco in the 1980's. >> i am hoping we can not support small businesses like this because they are the unique character that makes neighborhoods like this so rich and lively to live in. >> i have also been active as a community organizer. i worked at the chinese progressive association. i also worked at the mental health center in the richmond district. i have always been passionate about civil rights, equality for everyone. i have a 10-year-old daughter, so having a girl has made me much more sensitive to gender equality issues. i guess i have always been vocal about my politics, but as a supervisor, i have to listen to other perspectives and making decisions. >> very soon there will be of much more seniors in that area. we are trying to focus on whether a stop sign or stoplight might help. >>
california tomorrow. yesterday was just another warm, dry day. word of breaking records in many areas for how dry it's been over the last 0 days, 90 days, since the middle of the summer. another warm day in the desert southwest. you can see the spinning motion of the upper level low. 's inching its way towards the los angeles area. a few showers with it offshore and a couple sprinkles around south of san francisco. that's about it. another dry day in the northwest. but you're running out of them. pretty soon we're going to return to your typical pattern of a lot of clouds and on-and-off showers over the next week. here is a look at the radar off the california coastline. in san francisco, showers were just to the south of you, now heading off to the coast. today is a relatively dry day in many areas. tomorrow is when the upper level low comes near los angeles. that's where we've got a chance of showers. if the air is cold enough in the afternoon, we may get a few thunderstorms out of that and then it should clear out for a nice weekend. today, very similar to yesterday with a sun and cloud mi
two incidents that occurred in irvine, california. an armed white male suspects driving a gray bmw had committed to armed bank robberies. the suspect had already proven himself dangerous and desperate when he attempted to run down responding deputy sheriffs in order to effectively escape from one of the bank robberies. using the gps, the getaway car was located in our city at one of this the park. -- beuna vista park. the suspects gray bmw was found precisely with gps. the car was legally parked and unattended. the robbery abatement team maintain surveillance of the -- of the vehicle for hours, but no signs of activity. park station please -- plain clothes officer under the direction of sergeant scott ryan and robert lieu adnd reyes observed. they noticed until lights were on and the sun roof was opened. officer lew quickly executed a u-turn and confirmed it was occupied by the suspect. officers immediately got out of the car, drew their weapons and began giving verbal commands. they identified themselves, told a suspect he was under arrest and ordered them to surrender. the officers i
-- south side of the observation hill. we are working with the california department of safety dams to make sure design is acceptable to them. they are comfortable with this decision. what is the impact of this thing? of course the impact is harry because it will generate extra 1.62 million yard of soils which needs to be disposed of. in addition there will be 1.3 million yard which will be staged temporarily, then used in construction of the dam itself. so that will require a double-handling. challenges, we said okay, start your excavation again on the top of the hill. and the challenges to find the places where we can dispose of this soil. so we started dialing -- already dialoguing with the permitting agencies. the u.s. corps of engineers and california fish and game and regional water board to explore the different possibilities. we are looking. what we are doing is, our target is by the end of this month -- by the first milestone, we will have a complete permitting package delivered to these agencies where we want to put these. it is critical. the reason why is two reasons. number one,
to make its way south ward. parallelling the coast to wednesday moving into california. there is south bay, and into sierra nevada look at the moisture, there is a possibility of snow above 8,000 feet so we'll be watching this carefully that system makes its way into southern california. there are 70s in saratoga. 60 in pacifica. downtown san francisco, 64 degrees 72 in santa rosa and napa. fewer clouds to the north. there is 67 in oakland. and monterey bay this is where the best possibility of showers exist. accu-weather forecast chance of showers south mainly for wednesday. there is a warming trend beginning friday and throughout the weekend. and there is toot too late to win 49,000s frdz abc 7. and the winner will be announced after the 49ers game october 18th. and there is a click win $49,000 button taking you to this page. and we'll announce the winner right here after the 49ers game. so a lucky person will walk away with $49,000. >> and it's getting close. >> and still to come medication showing signs it could slow decline of alzheimer's patients. >> and why there is a side appears t
congregation in california to stop using the death penalty by voting yes on the proposition 34. if passed more than 725 prisoners would be taken off death row and sentenced to life without parole. former san quentin warden says, getting rid of the death penalty would save the state $130 million per year. >> during my time there almost 100 died of natural causes or suicide. almost 100 others had their sentences overturned after years of appeals. when you think about it, we're spending this money on a handful of individuals who are right over there at san quentin who will likely die at san quentin. and it just makes no sense. >> reporter: she believes that the constant trials and appeals hurt victims' families for a longer period of time. >> some of them asked for the death penalty and came to realize the years of appeal and reading about the offender over and over again in the newspaper was a burden to them. >> reporter: opponents of prop 34 who want to keep the death penalty say it's not about money. it's about safety. >> does it cost more for the death penalty? is it near as much? no. should
and of san francisco and the bay area and california broadly. (applause) >> you know, it's an honor to get up here and represent my boss, secretary kathleen sebelius and be like brandt colfax, another round of applause for dr. colfax, please. (applause) >> to have a reinvest and recovery act, our stimulus law with the leadership of leader pelosi, of our mayor, of our supervisors, and our community to have $9-1/2 million given to this city and to this area for this. but not just for this, but everybody's already setting this this morning, the local impact, the state impact, the national impact, and indeed the international impact. and i represent a region that is 50 million people. california, arizona, nevada, hawaii, it's a three territories and three countries in the pacific. and i could tell you that i have moved around my region. i've been working with the hiv/aids and other communities throughout our region. do you know how many people have said to me, i got my information through san francisco? (applause) >> that is something to be really proud of. you know, i'll tell you a little bit of
. >>> a new survey out tonight from the public policy institute of california finds millions of the californians are not prepared to vote in the upcoming election. 27% of eligible adults are still not registered to vote. of those registered 43% are democrat, 35% are registered as republican. 21% are independent and the majority of those voters say they are likely to go democrat rather than republican. >> if you still need to register the deadline is october 22nd. >>> how will you vote? take our election quiz to help you decide. like ktvu channel 2 news on facebook and you will find the presidential election quiz. >>> some people in san francisco are trying to help. in a story you will see only on 2. john fowler speaks to two teenage victims of rape. >> reporter: amidst haiti poverty, disease,i've learned there's widespread raping of at least 6,000 refugee children. >> i was raped by three young men who live in the same camp with me. >> reporter: i spoke by skype and translator today with two 17-year-old rape victims. >> i know the rapists, i gave them his name but they did no
trying to kill energy, who are you betting on? >> in california they're saying to us to allow the winter fuel blend to be used early changes the price by 50 cents a gallon. they have been paying $5 a gallon in california. >> like the europeans. >> california is america, if we don't change. that is the scary part. we can see the future. just look at california. no one would want to go there. stop trying to be the federal government is the message to california. they need to pull back from their own regulations. i do think that we have this opportunity that it all fits under a growth leg. i think we would say -- and governor kasich is looking at this and governor davis is working on it, so you take the energy issue and say now i can fix some of the infrastructure needs that have been piling up. if we start doing that, we will be short on labor in this country. we will need to retrain the people who are not trained or skilled. the potential is enormous if there's any vision and any leadership. >> we will take questions in a moment. first i want to ask about the front page of the new york ti
of medicine stanford, california usa and the academy citation rounds for studies of deprotein coupled receptors. >> reporter: professor brian kobilka shared the nobel prize with robert. professor koa bill coo is a chair molecular and physiology. >>> the traffic actually is pretty good so far this morning. driving around the bay. this is a look at 80 westbound as you head out to the mccarthur maze. no major problems if you are looking at 580 coming up to the bridge as well. it's also a nice looking drive. if you want to get on the road early and take a lot of the uncertainty out of your commute, it looks good get into the city. also the morning commute here at the toll plaza looks good. no major problems as you drive into the city. now if you are driving on the nimitz freeway heading south that's also a good time to go. let's go to steve. >>> thank you, sal. with a little bit of show from mother nature here also up toward lake county. you are seeing cloud to cloud lightning. not something that happens very often here. there has been pretty good rain. thundershower activity along the sa
california on friday. we'll see calmer conditions. >>> 7:10. there's still hope for both giants as fans. >> coco crisp going back he leaps. he's got it! what a catch by coco crisp! >> wow. he scores the first one of the game and then stole that home run away from the tigers. oakland won 2-0 in front of a sell-out crowd. the two teams play tonight and the first pitch is set for 6:37 p.m. >> rolling off. and the giants are also still alive despite striking out 16 times. they edge the reds 2-1. game 4 starts at 1:07. both the giants and as need to win. actually win the next few games? >> yes. >> a lot of fight. >> a lot of fight. >> hopefully the gi xe >>> very active pattern. a thunderstorm popping up over las vegas. saratoga, rain, near san jose, also in the santa cruz mountains. partly cloudy skies today. possibility off-and-on showers and lightning as well. >> thank you, steve. >>> new this morning, french police made a startling find during their terror investigation over the weekend. they broke up a suspected terrorist cell. their interrogations led thome a parking lot in a paris sub
to the rescue. california will pollute the environment to brg down crippling gas prices. no bicycles and car pools for them. we'll break it all down. >>> how far would you go to earn a b buck? not even a host passing out on air can stop qvc from making a sale. we've t the video and the details. even when they say it's not, it is always about money melissa: first let's look at the today's market headlines a grim imf forecast for the global economy sent stocks sliding down 110 points. nasdaq was the day's biggest loser posting its largest loss since junee 25th. earnings season starts off on a good foot. alcoa beat estates o to and bottom line. shares are getting a nice pop after-hours. >>> government is filing a civiluit ainst wells fargo. they are accused of reckless behavior issuing federally backed loans. shares of wells fargo fell nearly 2%. >>> all right, our top story today, german chancellor gela merkel arrived in greece today and was met with massive protests some greeks even dressed as nazis to mock the german leader that is so nice. what a great welcome. why are the greeks protesting
an effect on gas prices once again. the august fire and power outage at a southern california refinery have been blamed for causing gas prices to skyrocket here in california. chevron says its u.s. oil production fell by $9:thousand barrels a -- 92,000 barrels a day. >>> rail line may have been conducted without at proper permit. construction crews may have not had proper authorization to start work near the habitat of endangered wildlife in san rafael. the smart project has a permit for soil testing but not construction. >>> if you are just getting up, let's get over to sal castaneda. >> this big trouble for the bay bridge. it just happened. a crash on the bridge. i want to show you the toll plaza first. but you can see the metering lights have been turned on early and there is already a huge backup here at the toll plaza. backing up all the way out to the maze instantly as the metering lights were on to a crawl. i also want to bring in 80 westbound. you can see right here there is flashing lights up there and traffic is very slow on the bridge getting into san francisco. this is a live pi
estar mejor que los otros en el resto de california, se midió 28 indicadores sobre la calidad de vida, casi el 90 por ciento de los niños de san francisco tienen acceso a frutas y verduras frescas. >> los primeros estudiantes que pidieron acción deportiva, ya recibieron respuesta y algunos permisos de trabajo . >> se calcula que casi dos millones de estudiantes indocumentados podrían beneficiarse con esta medida,. >> el próximo domingo de octubre se realizara un foro de información en barkleid. >> (♪ ♪ ). >> recuerde que sólo le quedan doce días si quiere registrarse en las elecciones de noviembre. >> hablando de elecciones, el city college de san francisco están esperando una medida que ayude a este establecimienmto, beatriz ferrari tiene más información. >> se mantendria con vida clases del colegio comunitario de san francisco en tiempos de finanzas complicadas. >> son más de noventa mil estudiantes que llegan al city college de san francisco, la medida a si es aprobada se pondria impuesto a cada propiedad de san francisco y el dinero iria para este establecimiento.
obesidad infantil. >> el ex presidente bill clinton len al lento ó a los estudiantes de california para votar y cerca de 5 mil personas en la universidad de california. >> un grupo de los derechos cíviles nominan cíviles demandó y dicen que no dan a conocer casos de la matrícula sobre una ley de inmigración, una sesión dice que el sistema escolar tenga datos de los estudiantes y eso ha sido suspendido y piden datos sobre esto antes de haber sido sacado. >> en los Ángeles los jóvenes recibieron aprobación y algunos hasta su permiso de trabajo y en poco más de un mes la agencia recibió unas 80 mil mepeticione >> precisamente para froz ofrec ags a los soñadores el próximo domingo 14 de octubre un taller en una xifcapilla en la ciudad berkeley. >> y en méxico la muerte del lider de los zetas diciembre que dicen que fue un golpe ofrecían las autoridades dinero por lo que pasó y una duda por la desaparición del cadáver. >> confirmaron la muerte de heriberto lazcano, las imágenes de su cadáver dicen que desapareció. >> cubierto el rostro y custodiado y tomaron el cuerpo y
jerry sandusky's sentencing. >>> a new survey out tonight from the public policy institute of california finds millions of the californians are not prepared to vote in the upcoming election. 27% of eligible adults are still not registered to vote. of those registered 43% are democrat, 35% are registered as republican. 21% are independent and the majority of those voters say they are likely to go democrat rather than republican. >> if you still need to register the deadline is october 22nd. >>> how will you vote? take our election quiz to help you decide. like ktvu channel 2 news on facebook and you will find the presidential election quiz. >>> some people in san francisco are trying to help. in a story you will see only on 2. john fowler speaks to two teenage victims of rape. >> reporter: amidst haiti poverty, disease,i've learned there's widespread raping of at least 6,000 refugee children. >> i was raped by three young men who live in the same camp with me. >> reporter: i spoke by skype and translator today with two 17-year-old rape victims. >> i know the rapists, i gave them his name
. temperatures continue to plummet. they have been spinning off the coast of california will finally begin to move on shore. it will be increasing the rainfall through california and nevada and eventually into the four corners. 26 right now in rapid city. 36 over minneapolis. 50 in new york city. as we take a look at the high temperatures as we head into the afternoon hours 53 in minneapolis. big warm-up in rapid city. >> maria molina, thanks. >>> it's time for stories you can bank on this morning. small businesses taking a wait and see approach when it comes to hiring and spending. joining us to explain is lauren simonetti from fox business network. >> nice to see you. a survey showing optimism falling in the nation's small business is in september. the spending cuts from the fiscal clip starting to get them nervous. they have scaled back on hiring plans and they are spending less money on new equipment. those are the numbers. >>> the u.s. is suing wells far go. >> the government is suing wells far go accusing the nation's biggest lender of reckless lending for nearly a decade. the u.s. i
, 'un' 'unnrecedented.' filling up...becommng a source of anxiety ffr these california drivers.mos says: "they just jump them up reel again it is pretty ridiculous." (butt to)mosssays: "i just spent almost $70, and it's onll going to last me a week." the highest averagg on record in the golden staae, now abovee $4.60 a gallonntriple-a says day...and n some cases, hour- by-hour.spring says: "in a week it's gone up abbut 52 cents. that is absolutely unprecedented." in new york city....the prrce, hovering around $4.40 ccnts a gallon for regular unleaded.ii's alll pull "chhap fuel" stunts.... like this station in colorado sprrnns, partnering with a group hammering the prrsident's energy policiis: caracostass says: "prrsident took over, obama, and he doesn't like oii and he doesn't likeecoaa he wants to have windmills on our car."in cincinnati, motorists liieddup sunday afternoon for regular eighty four...some say the prices at the pump will november sixth.mos says: n - "everybody wants less on gas.. we drive a lot so yes, i do, i'm in sales so i drive a lot so it's important to me."mos s
. melissa: now to the gas crisis we've been telling you about in california. drivers there finally seeing some relief at the pumps now that governor brown announced his dirty gas solution. refiners can start processing the cheaper and filthyer winter blend three weeks early. is this a permanent fix for sky-high gas prices in california or is it just a little bandaid? joining me scott cain, the vice president of west hills fuel and gasoline, a wholesaler. thanks for coming back on the show. tell me how things changed for you in the past 24 hours? >> well, they have settled down a little bit but as you said the winterized gas is just a bandaid on the situation right now. i'm happy that more gas is being brought to the market but, we have bigger problems than just winterized gas at this point. melissa: like what? >> well, we've got an aging refinery network and myriad of fuel regulations that require these refiners to produce ever cleaner an cleaner fuel and it's just prone to failures as we've seen in the last week. prices went up 70 cents a gallon. now they have come back down 70 cents a g
on california's congressional races. the former president was the headliner. the mission was to boost the profile of sacramento area incumbents. sharing the stage challengers in two others am my berra a. >>> workers could soon see a boost in the magic. the city could join a handful of others by creating its own pay floor for residents. san jose's minimum wage currently stands at $8, but would get a bump up to $10 if measure d is approved at the polls next month, and would rise every year with inflation. if it passes, many small businesses fear they'll have to lay off employees, cut hours, and pass on higher prices to their customers. matt mahood, president of the silicon valley chamber of commerce says an independent study just commissioned by the chamber forecasts a similar outcome. >> the general conclusion is if you raise the minimum wage by 25% immediately in the city of san jose, that you're going to lose jobs, and it's going to be significant. and it's actually going to hurt the people that it's intended to help. >> the chamber of commerce opposed measure d before the results of
. currently we are the only city in the state of california that uses this business payroll tax. our city government, we spent 6 months earlier this year in conversations with many leaders within the community to propose a change to a so-called gross receipts tax, which is superior on a number of levels. first and foremost, it's a tax on revenue. it's a tax on profit. it's also a progressive tax, unlike the current flat tax it's a tax that exempts small businesses that have revenues of less than a million dollars but it also increases taxes for our most successful and our largest businesses. then the last thing i will mention, it is a tax that will help to recoup the revenues that we lost 10 years ago to make sure we have money for affordable housing, for muni, public safetying and public health . >> starchild, why do you think we should vote against this proposition? >> i agree with everything supervisor chiu said about payroll tax. if this measure were revenue neutral, if it were substituting a gross receipts tax for a tax on payroll, the libertarian party would have supported it. b
view. >> a man tries to board california with a smoke grenaded body bag as that is not all. and so what was this guy up to? >> they will be gasping for air. >> this bay area dad lost his son because of dessert. >> it was the most heartbreaking day of our life. >> the life saving crusade to protect 12 million kids from food allergies. >>> good evening, i'm dana king. >> i'm ken bastida. we have breaking news out of san francisco tonight. suspended sheriff will keep his job. the board of supervisors just wrapped up a nine-hour hearing with that decisive vote. and cbs5 reporter linda yee is live outside city hall with the sheriff's reactions. >> reporter: definitely some stunning developments tonight. a majority of the supervisors did agree that the sheriff did commit the official misconduct charges and therefore should be removed from office, but nine votes, they are needed to remove anyone from elected office. it didn't happen. so it appears that he will get his job back as that their marathon hearing began nine hours ago with public testimony from more than 100 people. it was the superv
of the california native plant society and board member for 15 years, and we look forward to your support. thank you very much. >> thank you. mr. lagos. >> yes. i want to thank everybody for coming out tonight and enduring us, and i just want to let you know that in my opinion district seven needs a progressive in this upcoming election i believe i'm that person. i came in second in 2008. i am the only candidate up here that ran in 2008. garnered 19% of the vote and i came in second, and i believe that we need to make our city affordable again for working people, the middle class people. it's not an affordable place to live anymore for most working people so that is something i will work on. and i will oppose major land use development because i believe it's a threat to the preservation of our neighborhoods. it's gentifies our city and it makes it basically a hostile place to live in my opinion especially living out in park merced so if you have a progressive on november 6 vote for me. thank you. >> thank you. ms. gavin. >> i am lynn gavin and i'm a pastor and like so many women there ar
environment for that talent. >> energy and then campaign finance. >> you are looking at california right now. their massive increases in the costs. when consumers are paying for gasoline, they're not able to purchase their basic commodities every day. what is happening? governor brown is proposing a relaxation of regulation that impact energy industry. that is clearly a concession that regulation drives the costs of energy. we need to have the same focus of discussion in washington. what is happening in california can happen -- >> it is harder to buy gas in california and hawaii, from what i heard. -- than hawaii, from what i heard. >> if you have a stool with two legs, it will fall over. look at what the canadians did with their cash cow. we have more of a cash cow in energy than anyone. we can do spending, taxes, and energy with our cash cow. we can make a real deal. >> tom, you think this will happen with the makeup of the government we have today? >> i think when people figure out there is a big chunk of change and there is a debate of people trying to protect entitlements and those tryi
in california bay area, north carolina, denver, texas, and oklahoma. is there a great way to pedict where home prices are going to rebound and gr? >> jobs are really strong predictor of what happens to home prices. that tells us about the command side. the supply sidematters telling us how much inventory and how many vacancies are there in the markets. california has low vacancy rates, good for prices, but parts of the midwest and florida where vacancy rates are high from all of t ov building in the bubble. all of that overbilling in the bble, ples whe it takes longer to see sustained price increases. gerri: a lot of elements baked to a home price. one of the things is how much inventory therere are on banks' books. are we at the end of that or homes banks' balance sheets for a long, long time to come? >>he invenn story on bankbooks pes on what part of the country you talk at. in most of the country, banks arthrough a lot of the inventory they had to take on, a lot of that reo is behind them. in places with a slower foreclosure process like florida, new jersey, and also new york, not necessar
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of low pressure moves out of the way. it's going to sag into southern california. before then looks like a chance of showers continuing for today and possibly into tomorrow morning, as well. numbers looking like this. 71 in san jose. 63 degrees in pacifica. east bay temperatures running up into the mid-70s in some spots. and inside the bay those numbers only into the 60s. so as you get over the next couple of days things settle down. the weekend looking good looks like we could see some temperatures moving back to the low 80s by sunday. back to you. >> thank you. >>> new this morning, a stanford university professor is one of two americans who won the nobel prize in chemistry. brian kobilka is a professor at stanford university of medicine. he spoke with kcbs radio this morning. >> i believe it's in part because the proteins that we study -- d protein couple recenters are so important in so many aspects of normal health. >> he and cowinner robert lefkowitz were honored for studies of proteins that let body cells respond to signals from the owe side. kobilka said when he got the call this
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california so chance of a shower lingers right through tomorrow night. warming trend though begins on thursday and by this weekend we'll be near 80 degrees inland so a couple of days of cool weather. this is why that low pressure that's abeam san francisco, watch what happens as it nears the shoreline. the radar begins to get lit up a little bit. those showers are 70 miles offshore. there's not much and it's mostly moving to the south and east. but nevertheless because it's so close, there is the potential that we squeeze out a little bit of that by tomorrow night. tonight there's just a little chance of a few sprinkles. we'll have a few clouds around the mountains aside from that a nice evening for the bay area. there is another perspective. from high atop the west coast you can see that low that's close to the bay area but it is going to be moving south. so we'll get a south bay shower chance by tomorrow afternoon. and out the door tomorrow morning, variable clouds and temperatures in the mid-50s should be dry in the early going but as we look at what the atmosphere should be doi
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